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...We would repeat the process until the student can complete multiple examples correctly on his/her own. I can also go through proofs of the theorems to give a better understanding of where the procedures and methods we use in mathematics come from. If my methods do not seem to be helping I can adapt to the situation.

...I've taught math after school at the High School level in Queens and tutored students at York College during my attendance there. I've scored on the William Lowell mathematical competition (most people score a zero) the first three years I took it. My goal is to help you fully understand mathematical concepts and not just to pass the next test.

...I have large amount of experience tutoring at both the high school and college levels in math and chemistry. I have had a fair amount of experience working with challenged individuals. These have included both a blind veteran and numerous students with learning disabilities.

...Having just relocated to Connecticut I am looking to tutor students and help them as I did at home. I have a number of years of tutoring experience under my belt, including tutoring privately and as an employee to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. I was able to tutor students of all ages and from different disciplines at the university.

...For me, it's very satisfying to see a student finally get something they've been struggling with for a while, to experience that moment when something clicks and becomes clear. Although I certainly like working with students who love math and have always been comfortable working in the world of ...

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